updated 11:41 am EDT, Tue September 10, 2013
Google highlights anti-piracy measures
Google has released a report, "How Google Fights Piracy," that focuses on the company's efforts to protect content owners. YouTube and Play are said to represent viable "legal alternatives" to piracy, while rogue sites are said to be routinely purged from the company's advertising programs. Removal of infringing search results is also claimed to be faster than ever.
Amid financial troubles and an internal restructuring effort, HP's stock listing has been dropped from the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as noted by All Things D. Alcoa and Bank of America were also dropped, giving room for Nike, Visa and Goldman Sachs in the list of 30 industrial stocks that serves as a benchmark for the overall market.